Considered to be the last ‘real’ coach-built Bentley
Highly collectable model
49,000 miles from new
The names H J Mulliner and Bentley go hand in hand and have a relationship spanning over 75 years. The Bentley Continental R Mulliner is the modern day version of a gentleman’s express carrying the iconic name. Acknowledged to have saved Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and formed the groundwork which led to the buyout and parting of the Rolls-Royce and Bentley brands in 1998, Bentley was once again capable of standing alone as a marque.
The hand crafted 6,750cc turbo charged engine gave 420bhp and a staggering 650 lbs/ft of torque enabling such 0-60mph times of 5.6 seconds and a top speed of over 170 mph, all whilst luxuriously seating 4 adults.
The upgraded suspension, performance brakes and 18 inch 5-spoke alloy wheels enhance the overall performance and enjoyment of the car, whilst the wide bodied wheel arches make it striking and extremely recognisable on the road, visually this car does not disappoint.